The Placer County Superintendent of Schools and the Placer County Board of Education desire to provide a safe school learning environment that protects students and staff from physical and emotional harm and have developed important policies aimed to achieve that goal.
Title IX states
that: No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be
excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be
subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance. Title IX requires schools and education agencies
to adopt and publish grievance procedures to file
complaints of sex discrimination, including complaints of sexual
harassment or sexual violence.
Title IX REACT Checklist
Responding to and Investigating Complaints of Sexual Harrassment
Reports may be made at any time by using the telephone number, email or mailing to the office address listed below.
Title IX Coordinator:
Administrative Assistant, Confidential
Deputy Superintendent Educational Services
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WHAT EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS ARE AVAILABLE IN PLACER COUNTY?
Placer County serves more than 2,000 children through our early childhood programs. We work together with child care providers, preschool teachers and school districts to provide early education and child care services.
DOES PLACER COUNTY HAVE AN INFANT PROGRAM AVAILABLE?
Our staff works together with families and infant children to assist in a child’s development and learning in their natural daily activities and builds on the next steps in the child’s learning. Placer County staff travels to more than 150 homes per week.
DOES PLACER COUNTY OFFER ANY SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS?
Placer County offers cognitive,academic, social and physical development of severely disabled students through specialized instruction and services. Our services are available for our students whose needs require a specialized program not offered in their local districts. Students include those who are severely multiply disabled, orthopedically disabled, hearing and visually impaired, emotionally disturbed and students with autism.
Board Docs Site
Policy site for Placer County Board of Education Meeting Minutes
County Wide School Safety Measures Handout
PCOE Training, Schools, Community, Collaboration, Safety Steps
PCOE Board Policies
Policies presented, reviewed and adopted by the PCOE Board of Education
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